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Well the 875 wheel painting is done all set to have tires mounted.

Moved on to the mower deck.  Actually the deck is in pretty good shape, just the wheel/roller axles need replacing.

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:text-coolphotos:        Great working with a nice deck that hasn't been beaten up. Also, love those heavy duty saw Horses!      :handgestures-thumbupright:

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On 7/17/2016 at 6:26 AM, 953 nut said:

:text-coolphotos:        Great working with a nice deck that hasn't been beaten up. Also, love those heavy duty saw Horses!      :handgestures-thumbupright:

  Yes ,that deck is not in bad shape at all.Can't wait to get that one going again.

  Yep those saw horses are definitely Heavy Duty.  I have some BIG jobs setting on them while I weld.

On 7/16/2016 at 9:47 PM, TIGman said:

Well the 875 wheel painting is done all set to have tires mounted.

Moved on to the mower deck.  Actually the deck is in pretty good shape, just the wheel/roller axles need replacing.

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After work I mounted up the tires on the rims.  The 875 will no longer be a static display on jack stands. :handgestures-thumbupright:

Hope to mount wheels on the 875 tomorrow.

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Well the 875 got her wheels put back on tonight and moved out from behind the Horse Barn ready for her time in the spot light.;)

I'm going to try and not get distracted by any other :wh: tractors that come up for sale..... Notice I said try......lol

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Looking great!  You can bet I'll keep a close eye on this thread with one of my favorite tractors of all time!:icecream:

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Whats up with the headlights? Someone cut out the hood or have I just not had enough coffee yet to see clearly? Looks neat.

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1 hour ago, 19richie66 said:

Whats up with the headlights? Someone cut out the hood or have I just not had enough coffee yet to see clearly? Looks neat.

Yes someone had cut out hood and added lights.  The vote from everyone on :wh: "keep them, they make it look mean" :). I like them too and they work!!

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The next thing I'm going to do on 875 is see if I can get the Kohler K181 to fire up. Going to use the wiring diagram 953 nut shared and use a solenoid in the start system. A solenoid came with all the parts in the C-120 deal . :)

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Please I need an 875 deck please how much and where you located need an engine for it also thx Mike at 6362628456

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I have a habit of replacing dashes with slide throttle & choke controls ( like the 74 & up "B" & "C" series ) as I get along with them better with my arthritis and at the same time I go the solenoid starter control. Can"t do it many more times though, I have just two new backer plates & plastic dash plates left, and I'd like to find some project tractors to keep me out of mischief.

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